A rush of regulation and investor pressure is forcing companies to do a better job of tallying up the environmental impact of their operations and the products they sell. That’s stirring demand for software that helps businesses measure carbon emissions.
Our Spotlight series highlights the careers and lives of tax professionals all over the world. This week’s Spotlight is on Keila Hill-Trawick, a certified public accountant who is founder and CEO of Little Fish Accounting, based in Washington, D.C.
A slate of new rules meant to help auditors better vet the accuracy of complex accounting estimates produced a modest improvement in the effectiveness of corporate financial statement reviews, the US audit board said Thursday.
The SEC’s Acting Inspector General has has left the office, less than two months after releasing a report sharply critical of Chairman Gary Gensler’s approach to rulemaking, saying it was hurried and potentially detrimental to the agency’s workers and the overall health of the organization.
Publicly traded companies exposed to the “crypto winter” and the collapse of FTX or other digital-asset companies might have to disclose those details to investors under new guidance from the US Securities and Exchange Commission.
Belgian lawyers are excluded from reporting obligations required by the European Union’s early-warning system against abusive tax structures, according to a judgment Thursday by the European Court of Justice.